It's finally time to educate you guys about what term 'bespoke' means:http://www.englishcut.com/archives/000004.html
This guys is one of England's best webmasters (and a pretty good tailor) so what he doesn't know is not worth knowing.
I looked at Blackstone Tailoring's site and they're a good example of making a fully bespoke suit, cutting the cloth according to your precise personal measurements - just because a tailor's 25 year old measuring assistant didn't measure you doesn't suddenly change the definition of bespoke! I checked out Blackstone's measurement guide and it is pretty much a tailor's handbook to bespoke measuring - I've ordered like this a few times and may try these guys at some point - with self measurement it's a case of whether you trust yourself to follow 12 or so pictures, or would rather pay for the pleasure of having a measuring assistant do the job for you.
The key thing for me is getting the quality of suit I would like, 100% wool, handmade etc. Anyway, please use the term bespoke in light of its true meaning, as it frustrates me to see words banded around completely out of context by people giving 'advice'.